Y-Mobility is excited to announce our collaboration with EIT Urban Mobility on ‘Conversations in the Park’. EIT Urban Mobility is an initiative of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), a body of the European Union. In the following months we will be working together on three episodes exploring central mobility issues and topics such as the impact of mobility in urban areas, mobility solutions, the start-up journey in the mobility sector, smart cities and more. Keep a lookout on our LinkedIn and Twitter for dates, guests, and other announcements.
As a consultancy Y-Mobility has always been striving to Create, Cultivate and Connect, facilitating progress and innovation in the mobility industry. But we wanted to go a step further. We created our podcast ‘Conversations in the Park’ to make expert knowledge more accessible. In every episode we invite industry thought leaders to discuss the relevant and timely issues concerning mobility. Previously we’ve looked at the relationship between sustainability and equality, SPACs and Micromobility (all available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify).
EIT Urban Mobility, supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), acts to accelerate positive change in mobility to make urban spaces more liveable. Since January 2019 they have been working to encourage positive changes in the way people move around cities in order to make them more liveable places. Their aim is to become the largest European initiative transforming urban mobility.
Following some discussion between our two organisations, we realised there is a lot of synergy between the values and goals of the EIT Urban Mobility and our podcast. So we decided to join forces and create meaningful conversations together.
The series of podcast episodes will include a diversity of guests, from industry professionals to innovative entrepreneurs, cultivating a multi-sided discussion. We will not just focus on Europe or the UK, but look at mobility on a global scale. The episodes will aim to provide deep industry insights while focusing on the mobility challenges of this age, continuing the EIT Urban Mobility’s initiative of boosting urban mobility.